Posted by Nicci | Posted in Garden | Posted on 09-05-2012
Tags: As Seen On TV, Infomercials, QuickLawn
Some time ago, we at Seen On TV Express wrote about getting an early start on your lawn and landscaping by taking advantage of several As Seen On TV offers. If you didn’t listen to us then, we have a feeling that looking at your neighbors lush green grass and vibrant flower beds is making you feel just a teeny bit inferior. We are not going to say, “We told you so”–we are much bigger and more magnanimous than that (as you can tell by our use of the “Royal We” and really big words like “magnanimous”). Instead, we are going to give you another chance to get your lawn in gorgeous shape that will leave your neighbors (ahem) green with envy.
QuickLawn by Gardener’s Choice is a top selling As Seen On TV grass seed for quickly growing a beautiful, resilient lawn. Developed by scientists, Quick Lawn is designed to be a four-season, evergreen grass that starts growing in as little as one week. This university-developed turf grass is engineered to sprout quickly, filling in bare spots and keeping your lawn green throughout the year. To use QuickLawn grass seed, simply seed your yard and water.
Benefits of QuickLawn include:
- Grows in even clay soil or sandy soil
- Withstands both sun and shade
- Resilient in heavy traffic areas
- Resistant to disease and insects
- Multiplies rapidly
- Fills in bare spots and chokes out weeds
- 2 pounds of seed covers approximately 1,000 square feet
- Velvety, evergreen lawn all year long–even in snow!
In our part of the country, we are having one of the greenest Springs in recent memory. Often, we are plagued with drought from late spring through fall. With red clay soil, our lawns are often brown and crunchy. This year, the rain and mild temperatures have created a lush and lovely Spring. In our own yard, that translated to Really Big Weeds, which, once destroyed, left Really Big Brown Spots. Quick Lawn may just be our answer to filling in the gaps and creating a beautiful, soft lawn that can withstand the poor soil and scorching heat of our summers.
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